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Nourishing and Quick Ramen Recipe

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I am seriously so excited to share this recipe with you! It’s one of my proudest cooking achievements! This recipe came about because I LOVE ramen! Ramen is delicious and so quick and easy to make, BUT conventional ramen is so unhealthy! I knew that ramen had the potential to be very nourishing, while still being a quick and easy meal! So, after a little trial and error, I am so proud to share with you:

My Nourishing and Quick Ramen Recipe! 

Serving Size: 2 Cook Time: 15 Minutes Number of Ingredients: 9


4 cups Bone Broth Store bought or homemade

2 teaspoons Garlic Powder

2 teaspoons Ginger Powder

1/4 cups Soy Sauce or Coconut aminos

1 tablespoon Sesame oil

5 oz of your choice of Steak

2 Eggs

2 tablespoon Green onion


1. Fill a pot with water and bring to a boil

2. Add the eggs and let cook for 6 minutes

3. In a separate pan, cook the steak to your liking

4. In a separate pot, add the bone broth and bring to a simmer. 

5. Add the ginger, garlic, and soy sauce/coconut aminos 

6. Add the noodles and let cook according to the package instructions 

7. Slice the steak and green onions on a cutting board

8. Peel the hard-boiled eggs and cut them in half

9. Assemble the ramen. Add the noodles and broth to a bowl, and add the egg, steak, and green onions on top. Drizzle a few teaspoons of sesame oil to finish. 

10. Enjoy! 


To speed up the process and use fewer dishes, crack the egg directly into the hot broth to cook, and let cook for 3 minutes. This will result in a poached egg instead of a soft-boiled one, but is still delicious! 


This has become one of my favorite quick and easy lunches! I typically use homemade bone broth, but I keep a box in my pantry just in case. The bone broth, steak, and eggs make this meal very nutrient-dense, and one that I feel good after eating! 

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